Turning 30 is kind of a big deal. That's why Nature's Food Patch has a store-wide 1980s party planned for its 30th anniversary, kicking off at 11 a.m. Feb. 18.
The family-owned, Clearwater-based organic and natural foods grocer's upcoming celebration is set to feature sales, throwback prices, free samples, giveaways, family-friendly activities for kids, old-school arcade games and movies at the on-site cafe, and live music from Nature's Food Patch Meat and Seafood Manager Joe Roma and his band Row Jomah.
Customers are encouraged to enjoy it all while sporting in their best '80s attire — Nature's Food Patch, after all, was established in 1987.
Throughout the store, a 10-percent discount will be available for items not already on sale, as well as $2 off a $10 purchase for those who come dressed for the occasion. Other highlights include a champagne toast, mini cupcakes while supplies last, and free weekendlong cooking classes featuring '80s-themed dishes inside Patchworks Community Room. Plus, a chance to win two tickets to a Tampa Bay Lightning game and two annual memberships for a family of four to the Clearwater Marine Aquarium.